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Start Developing for Android with Eclipse ADT
Start Developing for Android with Eclipse ADT
In this tutorial, you'll develop a basic app for Android 4.0. You'll also learn how to modify the XML to add different types of buttons to your app. Finally, we'll move onto something more complicated: creating a clock widget and altering the location where this widget appears on the home screen.
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Favorite Open Source Softwares
Favorite Open Source Softwares
Most of the Open Source softwares are much better than their proprietary alternatives. So I prefer to look for Open software before going for any proprietary one. Also if we use such softwares, itís our responsibility to support and promote them. I want to share my personal favorite list of open source softwares.
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How to Backup Linux to Amazon S3 Using s3cmd
How to Backup Linux to Amazon S3 Using s3cmd
S3cmd is a program that allows you to backup your Linux box to Amazon S3. Amazon S3 allows you basically unlimited storage and, as long as you have the bandwidth, you can use it from any location. There are two options in a backup that you can use: you can either copy all the files over to an S3 bucket (called put) or you can use the sync command to sync file changes on a regular basis.
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How To Back Up Your Android SMS To Text
How To Back Up Your Android SMS To Text
When your text messages takes too much space in your mobile, then you have no option than to delete the messages. I
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Signal Programming Using Parent Child Relation in UNIX
Signal Programming Using Parent Child Relation in UNIX
Learn about Signal Programming Using Parent Child Relation in UNIX.
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hings I Wish I Knew When Becomming A Linux Admin
hings I Wish I Knew When Becomming A Linux Admin
Ten years ago I installed Linux for the very first time. To be exact, it was Slackware 7, the best distribution at the time in my opinion. Since then Iíve come to favor Debian Linux as my favorite versionÖat least for my Linux servers. I like to have a solid core system installed that I can build from scratch, but this is for another time. This article is for you new Linux admins; here are the ten things I wish I knew when starting my Linux admin journey.
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GDB Quick Tutorial
GDB Quick Tutorial
GDB is a very useful tool for debuging C and C++ programs from command line. For that purpose your binary must be compiled with debug info, you will need the source files.
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FreeBSD Admin Commands and Tools
FreeBSD Admin Commands and Tools
This short guide shows most useful FreeBSD admin commands. It's only a list of commands and parameters and is not a complete description of those commands/apps. For more info about every command see respective man pages.
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FreeBSD Bridge Quick Tutorial
FreeBSD Bridge Quick Tutorial
This tutorial is about how to configure a network bridge in FreeBSD so you could join two separate local networks together.
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IPFW Firewall, Router and Traffic Shaping Quick Guide
IPFW Firewall, Router and Traffic Shaping Quick Guide
Here is a quick quide on IPFW FreeBSD's Firewall. It shows you how to setup an IPFW Firewall. It also shows you how to configure a Router with NAT and Traffic Shapping.
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PF Firewall Quick Guide
PF Firewall Quick Guide
This tutorial is about PF Firewall, the firewall that comes with OpenBSD and FreeBSD Operating Systems.
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Install FreeBSD with GPT partitions
Install FreeBSD with GPT partitions
For now sysinstall does not support GPT partition. So everything must be installed manualy but it is easy. This quick tutorial show you stept by step installation using GPT partitions. Why GPT? Better support for bigger drives (>2TB) and up to 128 partitions instead of 4.
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Boot FreeBSD From Local Network with PXE
Boot FreeBSD From Local Network with PXE
This tutorial is about how to boot a FreeBSD system from your local network using PXE, in order to install FreeBSD from network or make a network bootable rescue system.
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Move MySQL Data Directory to a New Location on Other Partition
Move MySQL Data Directory to a New Location on Other Partition
Sometimes /var partition is to small and we need a bigger one to store our MySQL databases. In that case the best way if we cannot create a new partition is to move MySQL data directory from our FreeBSD server to another partition.
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Mount .iso images (Ubuntu)
Mount .iso images (Ubuntu)
A short tutorial that show you how to mount an ISO image using a tiny application.
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